A commenter left a note that Scribd may be selling copies of some of the older paper props I've posted there. I've noticed a few I've posted no longer show up on my document listing, but wrote it off to a glitch. Before I summon the drama llama and pull everything off the site I'd appreciate any information you might have on the subject.
If you've visited the site, is Scribd selling copies of the files, or has another user copied them and offered them for sale?
Update: As the comments point out it, Scribd is indeed charging for access.
This is unacceptable, but it's ultimately my fault this happened for not paying attention to their terms of service. All of this material was supposed to be free, forever, so I'll be making everything available via Google Docs. That may take some time, so bear with me. It's bad enough that they've hijacked content that should be free, but it really torques me off that they've also taken the hard work of others.
Update: What makes this situation even worse is that Scribd allegedly embraces the use of a Creative Commons license, but then monetizes content that was clearly designated as non-commercial.